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NZ Idol Odds…Clinton Installed As The Favourite

NZ Idol Odds…Clinton Installed As The Favourite

SYDNEY, Aug. 1 /MediaNet International - AsiaNet/ --

Online bookmaker Centrebet has installed Clinton from Auckland as its favourite to win NZ Idol.

Centrebet is offering odds of $4.00 that Clinton becomes the television show's third champion.

Men dominate Centrebet's exclusive market with Rebecca ($5.50) the only woman in its top six.

Palmerston North's Alyce ($101.00) is Centrebet's outsider after being drawn in the hardest heat.

NZ Idol winner
$4.00 Clinton (Auckland)
$5.50 Rebecca (Auckland)
$7.00 Cameron (Christchurch)
$8.00 Lenken (Wellington)
$10.00 Ben (Wellington)
$11.00 Wiremu (Auckland)
$13.00 Ashlee (Hamilton)
$15.00 Victor (Auckland)
$17.00 Kali (Christchurch)
$17.00 Toni (Wellington)
$21.00 George (Katikati)
$34.00 Georgina's replacement
$34.00 Stephen (Auckland)
$51.00 Aroha (Mt Maunganui)
$51.00 Indira (Auckland)
$67.00 Emilie (Auckland)
$67.00 Matthew (Levin)
$101.00 Alyce (Palmerston North)

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